Is there a dress code/business dress when on assignment?
Business casual is always best. When in doubt it is important to dress in a professional manner.
When and how am I paid? How do I submit my hours worked?
Pay cheques and Direct Deposit pay stubs are available bi-weekly.
To be eligible for direct deposit please submit a –void-personal cheque with your time sheet.
At the end of the workweek please submit your time sheet (please do not include lunches).
Time sheets can be found on our website, under the “Candidates”section.
Please ensure a supervisor signs your time sheet before it is emailed to Personnel Force by 2pm, every Friday. This information is essential so that you are paid properly for work rendered.
What am I expected to do while on assignment?
As a consultant of Personnel Force, you are expected to arrive on time, dressed in appropriate attire, (business casual ie: dress pants, no casual tops or jeans), and ready to work.
If you are late, sick or have any other reasons for not being present at your assignment, you must notify Personnel Force immediately via voice-mail or e-mail as well as your assignment contact.
What do I need to do my first and last day on assignment?
On the first day of your assignment please call your Personnel Force HR Consultant with your work number. We need to have your up-to-date contact information.
On your last day of work please do not forget to give the client, your supervisor, your HR Consultant’s card with your name printed on the back of it.
What do I do when not on assignment?
Please ensure to send us your updated CV and contact information. If you are on assignment with another agency or on contract, please notify us when you will be available.
PLEASE CALL US WITH ANY CHANGES TO YOUR ASSIGNMENT, OR IF YOU ENCOUNTER ANY PROBLEMS or ISSUES WHILE ON THE JOB.
Do I receive Public Holidays pay?
Yes, Personnel Force is fully compliant with all applicable labor laws and employment standards. Pro-rated public holiday pay, as per provincial guidelines, is paid to all eligible workers.